Professor of Law, Notre Dame Law School
(JD Harvard University, 1972)
301-A Law School
Geographic Focus: Latin America (El Salvador)
Thematic interests: International human rights, international criminal law and international humanitarian law.
Research Interest: Strengthen the Inter-American system for protection of human rights; ensuring respect for human rights in counterterrorism programs.
“Defending Human Rights in the ‘War’ Against Terror,” in Regent Journal of International Law 4, 2 (2006)
“Equal Labor Rights for Undocumented Migrant Workers,” inAnne Bayefsky, ed., Human Rights and Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons and Migrant Workers: Essays in Honor of Joan Fitzpatrick and Arthur Helton (2006)
“The Expanding Scope and Impact of Reparations Awarded by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights,” in M. Bossuyt, P. Lemmens, K. De Feyter, and S. Parmentier, eds., Out of the Ashes: Reparations for Gross Violations of Human Rights (2006)
“NATO In Kosovo: A Reply to Jurgen Habermas,” in Danny Postel, ed., Debating Kosovo: Contending Perspectives on the Left (2005)